Science Illustrated - - CLIMATE -

With a few ex­cep­tions, the coastal re­gions of the world have a more wet cli­mate than in­te­rior re­gions. On the other hand, the oceans re­duce the typ­i­cal sea­sonal tem­per­a­ture dif­fer­ences. This means that coastal re­gions have cooler sum­mers and warmer win­ter as com­pared to in­te­rior re­gions.

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